Carman’s own Mason Metcalf will be jumping on a plane along with the rest of Team Canada heading for Taipei City, Taiwan, to compete in the FISU Summer Universiade for volleyball next month.
The Barracudas enjoyed beautiful weather in Neepawa on Sunday, June 23 for their third swim meet of the season. The team once again had a successful outing with over 20 swimmers making the trip. Combined they earned 53 finishes in the top three. Finn Soltis, Jace Zacharias, Libby Penner, and Flora Penner all earned top 3 finishes.
By Joel NickelRacers and fans met at the ALH Motor Speedway near Morden on July 23 to celebrate the life of Brad Wall at the first annual Brad Wall Memorial Race.Brad was 19 year old with a huge passion for racing. Friends said Brad could trace back his love of racing all the way back to when his father, James, began racing in 2005. In 2010, Brad’s
Winkler swimmers performed well at their second meet of the season July 16. The Winkler Barracudas traveled to Manitou for the event. Over 30 local swimmers made the trip with many placing in the top five in their races.
Final financial numbers for the 2017 Esso Cup show the event was a massive success. In a press release issued July 21, the host committee reported a profit of $57,000, all of which will flow into the community. The committee had budgeted to break even before a single ticket was sold.
The success of the 2017 Esso Cup in Morden continues to benefit local hockey players today. Scholarship Committee Chair Darcie Reimer announced the presentation of three Esso Cup 2017 Legacy Fund scholarships to local female hockey players as they pursue their careers.
In what has been the bluntest talk yet about the future of the Calgary Flames, president of operations Brian Burke said the much-loved NHL team will leave the city if they don't get the new arena they've been seeking.
A Manitou pitcher was named the Tire Recycle Rural High School Athlete of the Week. Mackenzie Hutchinson of the Nellie McClung Collegiate Fastpitch team was given the honour after leading her team to the Zone 6 fastpitch championship and a berth at the provincials by pitching back to back complete games.
Two Winkler athletes are among the 20-man roster named to Team Manitoba, preparing for the Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg.Kyle Dyck and Tristan Peters were named to the team that includes players from Brandon, Inglis, Winnipeg, Landmark, La Salle, Boissevain, Portage, Strathclair, Winkler, Pipestone, and East St. Paul.
OTTAWA — Never a dull moment.
The nation watched as the City of Morden hosted the 2017 Esso Cup which saw teams from all over the country competing for gold.The games started on Sunday, April 27 with a noon match between the Durham West Lightning and the Harfangs du Triolet and culminated in a tense OT win for St. Albert Slash against the Harfangs du Triolet. The St. Albert Sla
The Maple Leafs kids were more than all right during the 2016-17 season.
It was a bloody fashion crime that even Don Cherry is pleading guilty to.
Winkler has tennis courts, baseball diamonds, and soccer fields, and now Winkler will have its first cricket pitch.“The City of Winkler agreed to prep the area, to maintain it, and the Northlands Parkway Collegiate is going to provide the property and the cricket group is actually going to put the pitch in,” Winkler Mayor, Martin Harder
Natalie Spooner had just gotten off the ice on Tuesday night when she heard the news.
Craig McMorris realizes that people might write off his little brother when it comes to competing for Canada at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea.
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Many Hands Resource Centre is excited to announce the 2nd Annual Community Bike Safety & Tu...
Carman Bantam Female is made up of girls from Carman, Miami, Elm Creek, Notre Dame, Morden and ...